Giveaway: ST&G’s Amazingly Adventure-Filled Great British Map of Wonders

Map of Wonders

Travel abroad this year is tricky, so if like me you are planning on a staycation this year, you may need some inspiration for some fabulous days out to do with the kids.

We were sent the ST&G’s Amazingly Adventure-Filled Great British Map of Wonders from Marvellous Maps, which will spark inspiration in any budding explorer keen to start planning trips on their doorstep. It’s the perfect boredom buster for the summer holidays, as the kids explore our wonderful country for exciting days out.

On this fabulous map, you’ll find 1,000 of the funnest things to do and places to go around Britain. And that’s not all – there are great games to play, tick boxes and notes sections to fill in, and even a huge colouring-in map on the back, perfect for rainy days.

Eliza has taken ownership of ours and loves finding places we have visited on the map and finding new and exciting places she wants to visit.

ST&G’s Amazingly Adventure-Filled Great British Map of Wonders is available now at, priced at £14.99 for the double-sided fold-out version, £19.99 for double-sided wall map and £119.99 framed. 

Thanks to the team at Marvellous Maps, I have a ST&G’s Amazingly Adventure-Filled Great British Map of Wonders to giveaway to one lucky reader.

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42 thoughts on “Giveaway: ST&G’s Amazingly Adventure-Filled Great British Map of Wonders

  1. pluckypuddin says:

    The Great British Adventure map is actually already on my wishlist! I would love that one.

  2. Alison Johnson says:

    Thrillingly Plotted Great British Literature Map

  3. Michelle Ferguson says:

    Great British map of wonders looks like fun

  4. Elizabeth Yeates says:

    The great British adventure map!

  5. Laura Walker says:

    We have the adventure map and love it but I also like the look of the folklore and superstition map

  6. Rebecca Evans says:

    Adventure! X

  7. Margaret Clarkson says:

    I think the Folklore and Superstition one would be especially interesting.

  8. Michelle Turner says:

    so hard to choose but I think the Great British History map is probably my first choice although I’m also seriously thinking of getting the Pick ‘n’ Mix box set if I can decide my fave five and the Rude World Map for planning post pandemic adventures!

  9. Dale Dow says:

    The British History one

  10. lorraine says:

    We would love the Adventure map so that we can look forward to where we are going to visit once things aremore back to normal

  11. leanne weir says:

    the Great British History map!

  12. ruth roberts says:

    adventure mao

  13. yolanda davis says:

    The Great British History Map sounds right up my street.

  14. Joy Turner says:

    I would most like the Great British food and drink map.

  15. Helen Tovell says:

    The funniest things to do one

  16. Hannah 04 Parker says:

    Great British History I would love!

  17. Elizabeth Hinds says:

    I would love either the map of wonders or the Great British Adventure Map. Such a fab idea!

  18. Eileen Hindley says:

    Intrepidly Time-Travelling Great British History Map

  19. John Prendergast says:

    the STG’s Delightfully Stuffed Great British Food and Drink Map

  20. Laura Johnson says:

    These are all so cool but I would love the Great British History map!

  21. Jo m welsh says:

    The great British music map would be interesting

  22. lynn neal says:

    The food and drink map looks interesting!

  23. Kirsten says:

    The Great British history map

  24. Natalie Burgess says:

    The folklore and superstition map xx

  25. Sarah Rees says:

    The great British time travelling map

  26. michelle o'neill says:

    The Folklore and Superstition map looks awesome

  27. Kevin Honey says:

    STG’s NEW Marvellous Map of Great British Place Names – Folded

  28. The great British adventure map.

  29. Alex Fowler says:

    The Folklore and Superstition map

  30. Natasha Mairs - Serenity You says:

    I really like the sound of the Folklore and superstition map. and also the Great British adventure map

  31. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Adventure map is class

  32. kim neville says:

    the adventure map looks cool

  33. kimneville1 says:

    the Adventure Map looks cool

  34. the history map looks interesting

  35. Ursula Hunt says:

    I would like the Thrillingly Plotted Great British Literature Map

  36. Iain Maciver says:

    the Folklore and Superstition map.

  37. Alice Dixon says:

    The Folklore and Superstition map

  38. Carly Belsey says:

    The history map sounds wonderful. I do love history.

  39. Susie Wilkinson says:

    The STG’s Craftily Conjured Great British Folklore and Superstition Map sounds fascinating!

  40. Melanie Stirling says:

    I would like the Folklore and Superstition map.

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